THE DELAWARE, LACKAWANNA & WESTERN RAILROAD COMPANY
Effective April 15, 1954
Is the Property of
THE DELAWARE, LACKAWANNA & WESTERN RAILROAD CO.
and is loaned to
who will be held responsible for its care. Should the book be lost or destroyed, or should the employee fail to return it to proper official on leaving the service, the sum of fifty cents must be paid in settlement therefor.
The Delaware, Lackawanna & Western Railroad Company
Effective April 15, 1935
The rules herein set forth govern employes of the Marine Department of The Delaware, Lackawanna & Western Railroad Company.
F. H. COGAN
Safety is of the first importance in the discharge of duty.
recommendation for promotion is a record of uniform courtesy and helpfulness.
A. Employees whose duties are prescribed by these rules must provide themselves with a copy.
affecting the Company’s interest.
M. Employees must exercise care, to avoid injury to themselves or others. They must observe the condition of equipment and the tools which they use in performing their duties and when found defective will, if practicable, put them in safe condition, reporting defects to the proper authority.
deavor to obtain a list of the names and addresses of as many passengers as possible, inquiring of each whether injured or not, if so, to what extent, and writing down the replies.
be retained in the service.
Employees are forbidden to give any statements or information, either verbal or written, to attorneys or others about accidents or other matters pertaining thereto, except to attorneys or representatives of this Company.
the United States Coast Guard GOVERNING THE HANDLING OF EXPLOSIVES OR OTHER, DANGEROUS ARTICLES ON BOARD VESSELS.
1. The Master (or Pilot) is responsible for the safe operation of his boat and tow. The safety of the boat, passengers and crew is the first and all important consideration. The pilot rules and other governmental laws and regulations must be complied with at all times.
of float after Master has started in bridge with float alarm whistles must be blown to attract attention of yard forces.
points other than Company stations, seals must be checked before leaving. If defective seal is discovered, proper authority must be notified immediately.
Master immediately any condition which may affect the operation of the boat.
boat to provide for the immediate operation of fire pumps in case of emergency or to enable boat to be put in service on short notice.
of lines are on board floats.
THE FOLLOWING RULES COVER LIGHTER, BARGE, SCOW AND GRAIN BOAT SERVICE:
51. Each day, when at Home Terminal, Captains and Steam Hoist Engineers must consult the bulletin board located at Eastbound Boat Dispatcher’s Office, Pier 4, DL&W RR Terminal, Hoboken, N. J.
56. The compartments in the holds of steel barges, lighters and scows are sealed tight, making it possible for gas to accumulate. No one is to be permitted in the holds and naked lights are not to be permitted in the vicinity of the openings to any of these compartments when hatches are open.
made to proper authority.
off boat at all times while he is on duty.
the manifested amount, the quantity in excess must not be delivered without orders from proper authority.
ular receipt for the number of packages on each truck load, showing the license number, and the Custom House number of each truck for each load delivered.
tally card for each lot, showing the marks and ranges of numbers for each lot, and forward to proper authority.
The following rules covering Towing and Lighterage Serivee will also apply to Ferry Service Employees:
and lower and upper deck gates closed.
96. Deckhands must insist that the motors on all vehicles are shut off when parked on boat and that motors are not started again until boat has arrived at the bridge.
103. Lower Bridgemen must not open bridge gates until boat is secured and bridge properly lowered.
must be governed by instructions contained in Bulletin 4308 issued December 15, 1949 quoting communication received from the United States Coast Guard.
must be deposited in receptacles ashore provided for that purpose upon completion of tour of duty.
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